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InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa in Viti Levu, Fiji

Atop the palm-fringed, white sand paradise of Fiji's Natadola Beach, InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa transforms your fanciful vacation fantasy into an exceptional escape from the rigors of the norm. The breathtaking backdrop, expansive resort complex, and hospitable staff will exceed your every expectation, sit back, relax, and enjoy the unhurried pace of Fijian time. InterContinental Fiji boasts 271 exquisitely appointed guestrooms and suites adorned with the finest textiles, amenities, and details to ensure unsurpassed comfort and convenience for every guest. Each room comes equipped with a lavish outdoor Cleopatra bath for soaking beneath the stars. Discerning travelers enjoy the peaks of luxury with premium services of Club InterContinental, including butler service, breakfast in your choice of three venues, a delectable daily afternoon tea, and sunset cocktails and canapés. At InterContinental Fiji every guest is the crème de la crème.

The soft lapping of the Pacific Ocean against the shores of Natadola Beach provides a soothing, lyrical rhythm to your island activities, from a romantic beach picnic to a serene dip in the resort's sparkling beachside pool. Allow the children to delight in age appropriate activities with Planet Trekkers Kids Club, while you rediscover one another with Nomudrau—a "couples' romance ritual" or any of the signature treatments at the onsite spa. InterContinental Fiji resort offers an array of exciting dining experiences, from upscale with ocean views at Navo, to relaxing open air beachside alternatives including the trendy Kama Lounge. 24 hour in-room dining will satisfy any late night cravings, while the dawning day promises another adventure, another chance to fall in love again, another chance to experience true paradise at InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa.

Location of InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa

InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa
Viti Levu, Fiji

Nearest Airport: NAN, SUV

Amenities for InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa

  • General Information
  • 216 Guest Rooms
  • Connecting/Adjoining Rooms
  • Dining
  • Private Dining
  • Room Service
  • 4 Restaurants
  • Lounge
  • Oceanfront Dining
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Concierge
  • Spa on Property
  • Complimentary Newspaper
  • Laundry Service
  • WiFi
  • Live Entertainment
  • Multilingual Staff
  • Valet Parking
  • 3 Pools
  • Clubhouse
  • Putting Green
  • Steam Room
  • 18-Hole Golf Course
  • ATM
  • 24-Hour Fitness Center
  • Wedding Planning Services
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bathrobes
  • CD Players
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • DVD Players
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Satellite Television
  • iPod Docks
  • Iron/Ironing Boards
  • Mini Refrigerators
  • Private Terraces
  • Work Desks
  • Activities
  • Croquet
  • Kayaking
  • Water Skiing
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Yoga
  • Beach Volleyball
  • Surfing
  • Cultural Tours
  • Bocce Ball
  • Paddleboarding
  • Wakeboarding
  • Water Polo
  • Business
  • Business Center/Services
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Conference Facilities
  • Family
  • Cribs
  • Babysitting
  • Kids Pool
  • Kids Club
  • Rollaway Beds
  • Nearby
  • Shopping
  • Interests
  • Honeymoons & Romance

Reviews for InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

We stayed 3 nights here on our way back to the US from Australia and had a wonderful time. We arrived around 9PM from Sydney and had not prearranged transportation. FYI there is no UBER available yet. We took a taxi and the driver was very nice but when we asked to use the meter, he kept insisting it was a flat rate from the airport. He pulled out of the airport and started driving while we insisted he use the meter-we finally told him he could turn around if he didn't want to use the meter and the rate should be around 60 FJD. We finally agreed on 70 FJD which was ok with us at this time of night. We lied and said we had been there before so he would get the idea he couldn't mess with us. He softened a bit on the ride and we actually used him to return to the airport at the end of our stay for 80 FJD, which is still less than the private transfers you can arrange online. His name was Tonyman? if anyone wants his info. Once we arrived at the resort the service we received from everyone was top notch! The bellman to the front desk were all very eager to please. It seemed very genuine, but you can tell they are probably required to go off a script, in particular when it comes to mentioning the IHG Rewards. We were upgraded to a lagoon view king room which was huge and beautiful. The bathroom and the balcony with the tub were amazing. The view of the lagoon was also beautiful. Our one gripe was the beds are hard (which was true of the next two Marriotts we stayed at, so I'm not sure if this is a new trend in hotels, but I want the Westin/Sheraton Heavenly Beds!) We appreciated the complimentary bottles of water (we also drank tap water in the room and throughout the resort and it was fine and probably the same water that is bottled as FIJI water) and milk everyday and the maid service was wonderful--everyone you see greets you with a BULA and they are very genuinely happy to help with anything you need. The food throughout the resort was a bit pricey-what you would expect to spend in the US or Australia at a mid-range restaurant, but the food was all good to very good. Our favorite was the Bar and Grill (Toba?) and at here for lunch every day. You can even get your food at the pool if that is what you want. We had the fish tacos (excellent), fish and chips (very good), burger (good), and two daily red snapper specials (one excellent, one good). We also ate at the beach barbeque buffet (very good) and the Asian night buffet (which was actually more expensive and the only time we felt we did not enjoy the food and should have ordered off the menu-we didn't complain, but probably should have). The pool area was very nice and had plenty of loungers available (the hotel was not very crowded so that may have had something to do with it). They also had a bowl of ice and apples you could help yourself to-and we did everyday. That was a very nice touch. The pool was very clean and had very little chlorine which was nice. The beach had bits of coral so keep an eye out so you don't step on them or take water shoes (not necessary unless you plan on walking to the sandbars). The water was clean and clear. We liked that we could snorkel directly from the beach and saw a ton of little fish (it seems this area near shore is a fish nursery) and some nice coral, but a lot of dead, bleached coral. We saw stingrays, lionfish, clownfish, triggerfish, wrasse, sea snails, banded sea snakes, and a ton of other neat things. Remember that some stuff is very poisonous so keep a safe distance and remember you shouldn't be touching things anyway because you kill coral once you touch it. We were disappointed that there were plastic bags floating around so we would collect them when we were snorkeling and hold onto them or put it in pockets and take to shore (google turtles and plastic bags if you don't know why). I would recommend snorkeling in the morning when the tide is better for better visibility. We also had a stinger warning and still snorkeled without problem-keep an eye out and ask the dive shop what to look for. We had taken our own masks and snorkels but rented fins (complimentary) and the dive shop was very helpful telling us where to snorkel. When it was time to check out the hotel let us use a hospitality suite for 30 minutes-unfortunately it wasn't ready and the maid was still cleaning it. We were in a hurry so we told her it was fine we needed to shower and leave, but it would have been nice to have the room fully cleaned (she wanted to finish cleaning the shower and mop but we simply didn't have time to let her finish as we had already waited 15 minutes). Overall, I would definitely stay here again. The resort is beautiful and the staff is incredibly hospitable. Yes it is a bit expensive, but the beach and pool area are so good. I love to snorkel and the area was perfect. There isn't really anything nearby, but that was fine for us on a short stay.

CMD915 - El Paso, Texas, USA

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

Best holiday resort we've ever stayed in! Spacious clean rooms and the service was fantastic! Would highly recommend...only fault was TV in our room didn't go..did in the lounge so no worries! Great coffee (very important to us), catered really well for our Coeliac son... Such a bonus on our holiday!

yvonnepiebenga - Rotorua, New Zealand

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

Stayed for 6 nights in November, in Club Suite. As has been mentioned many times before, staff are very friendly and a helpful, particularly in the Club Lounge (Eroni and Waiseke were standouts). Took a private transfer from the airport (organised through resort) and quick trip upto Club Lounge to complete check in. Welcome drink and brief on everything, quick and easy. Club Rooms are very spacious, with unlimited mini bar and of course breakfast till late morning and then canapes and drinks in the afternoon. If you dont feel like going to Club Lounge for Canapes, you can call and ask them to bring some up to your room along with a few cocktails. Personally i would still recommend grabbing some alcohol duty free for your room, particularly if you have a specific preference (and particularly for champagne and wine). Hotel grounds are maintained particularly well, no small feat considering the size of the place! You can walk down to the main resort from the Club Rooms pretty quickly and easily, or you can ask for a lift down in a buggy, or even just wait for the "Bula Bus" to come around and jump on. This is the best resort to stay at for playing Natadola Bay - easily the best golf course in Fiji. Its just 3 minutes down the road and transfer is included with your green fee. The Standard green fee is FJD150 per round including motorised cart. This may be expensive for a lot of golfers, but trust me it is worth it, such a sensational course since Vijay Singh's redesign and course condition is immaculate. Ask the concierge about any special golf packages that may be available if you are planning on playing several/as many rounds as you can while you're there. What i'd like to see are some better food offerings around the resort, particularly foods/dishes that use and celebrate local produce and traditional dishes. There's a heavy catering towards typical western resort food, it would be great to see the resort utilise more of the local seafood in dishes and also use of a bit more of the traditional Fijian cuisine.

Sjjohanson - Brisbane, Australia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

My daughter and I have had a good opportunity seeing and staying at several resorts in Fiji over the last two years and we can say the Intercontinental surpasses all others in all aspects. From the arrival, the welcoming drum and singing and the walk down that majestic open hallway which allows you to oversee the resort and the beach to the reception to be greeted by Bulla by women with the biggest smiles. We felt immediately welcomed and comfortable and looking forwards to our stay. Our room, garden view, having two double beds was glorious. Large room with a separate large bathroom and a huge balcony with the double size bath and sun lounge. Everything was so clean and well presented. The house keeping was impeccable and at no time an inconvenience to us. I must add that shower was so so good. The restaurants were terrific, there was no meals that we ate that we didn't thoroughly enjoy. The breakfast buffet, which we had breakfast included, has a good selection to choose from and you get a choice of coffee or tea even cuppa-chino or coffee latte at no extra cost. The first couple of mornings the service seemed to lose their way when I ordered a second cup of coffee but on the third morning we met Kele who would greet us and ensure that we were looked after and my coffee never went a stray again. We had most of our meals at the Toba restaurant even when we had a severe thunderstorm one night and the floor was covered in water in my opinion it added to the ambience. At night you could choose the buffet which changes each night or in the same restaurant you could choose a meal from their ale cart menu.For a more formal night the Bravo restaurant is available. My daughter and I had our first experience in a spa with a overall aroma massage. It was one of the best experiences of mine and my daughter life. Its not just a massage, far from it. you start of in a steam room then to a hot bubbling spa the into the ice room, then into your private room where your taken through some relaxation technics and then your massage starts. At the end of the massage you are taken into a large quite room with large windows overlooking a tropical garden and given drinks and food to help detox your body. All the women in the spa made you feel so special and a special mention to the hostess after the massage was so nice to just talk with. I'm so sorry I've forgotten your name. I highly recommend that you experience the spa when you stay here. A special mention to the G.M. Mr. Davidson for stopping and asking how we were enjoying ourselves. Once my daughter mentioned that she is working in hospitality back in Australia you took time out of your busy schedule and gave her some valuable guidance on what she could do to gain a career in hospitality. She is so grateful for your advice. Thank you to the mother, that her young children thought my daughter was a mermaid with her pink hair and painter finger nails, It was so adorable. The swimming pools are huge in size plenty of room to get your own space and plenty of cover to get out of the direct sun. The family pool is over 100 metres long. The Toba restaurant divides the adult pool from the family pool and its easy to get food and drink service around the pools. All buildings are modern with rain forest gardens dividing them. The resort is large in size and if you don't enjoy walking they have their own Bulla bus running all day. Overall I would highly recommend this resort, the best we have been to in Fiji and will be returning next year for a much longer stay. We would like to thank every one at the Intercontinental Fiji Resort for such a memorial time. David and Lauren S .

David-Lauren-S - Adelaide, Australia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

We love staying at the Intercontinental. Stunning beach and setting along with great layout and buildings. Snorkel right off the beach around a small reef or hang out in a beautiful pool. And its a golfers paradise with one of the best golf courses you'll find anywhere in the world. The hotel also has a practise chip and putting green! Staff friendly but professional and eager to help. Six stars to be sure!

462donalds - Auckland Central, New Zealand

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